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A Nineties Noah and his ARKRon Cimorelli is like a Noah for the '90s and beyond. His company, A.R.K. Enterprise of Upland California, dedicates itself to saving pets. And he's doing a fine job of it! He's invented ARK, which stands for Animal Rescue Kit, and two other kits useful in emergencies. READ MORE
Natural Pet Freeze Dried NibbletsOnly Natural Pet HealthMeals Freeze Dried Nibblets offer the unparalleled health benefits of a raw diet in amazingly convenient forms. These nibblets are made from free-range sourced, antibiotic- and hormone-free meats and quality, whole vegetables. The ingredients are not cooked, heated, or steamed before freeze drying, giving your pet all the proven health benefits of a raw meat diet, but sparing you the trouble of clean up! READ MORE
The Dog Food Book The Dog Food Book $10 (PDF Download) - Now in its 5th Edition, The Dog Food Book contains 73 of the best articles on dog food and nutrition from the pages of Good Dog! magazine. All have been re-edited and updated to include the latest scientific knowledge. Plus you'll get more than 65 updated dog food test reports! Whether you're buying dog food or selling it, you need this 177-page book! SHOP CONNERT MEDIA READ MORE
See Spot Live Longer PDF DOWNLOAD An incredible book made available through the GoodDog.com website and only available in the Connert Media, Inc. Shop. This book, which is now out-of-print, is available as a PDF download vor this discounted price. Steve Brown is the developer of various treats and foods found at independent pet food store, natural food store and veterinarians through the nation. Beth Taylor has spent the past 15 years teaching people how to train, exercise and feed their dogs READ MORE
Product Test Report: PoopsAway! Scoop and Bags If you own dogs, and you go for walks, we certainly hope you're a member of the Poop Pickup Club. It's your duty as a responsible dog owner to clean up after your dog, whether on public or private property. People long ago gave up on building a better mousetrap. But they haven't given up the search for the perfect pooper scooper. Every year, we get five or ten new products for this unglamorous task. This year the "better poop-trap" is called Poops Away!™. READ MORE
Heritage of the hound All dogs share many traits due to their common genetic background. But some dogs have been carefully bred for specialized traits. That factors in to what makes each breed different -- along with physical traits. If you're thinking about adding a dog to the family, it's important to look into those traits and understand what they might mean in terms of the human/dog relationship. READ MORE
Dr. Deb As many of you know, dogs are some of my most beloved friends and companions. This past month, however, I've seen their dark side. I became embroiled in a "dangerous dog" case. It involves an unneutered male of a breed known for being independent and possibly having aggressive tendencies. This particular dog has become increasingly aggressive over time. He's unlicensed, never has a collar on, and is never confined. Despite living on a fairly busy street, he's managed to successfully dodge cars. He's been seen roaming as far away as 10 miles from home. READ MORE
Canine colitis Diarrhea is a common condition that almost every dog owner will experience at some point -- in the dog, not necessarily the owner. Most often, the condition is inconvenient but brief, lasting only a day or two. Diarrhea that lasts longer than a few days or is particularly severe (with the dog showing other signs of illness such as lethargy, vomiting, or a fever) can indicate a more serious problem. READ MORE
Pain control There's no question that dogs feel pain. But because they are the descendants of wolves, they often attempt to hide their pain to avoid showing weakness. Since they have different degrees of stoicism and tolerance to pain, it can sometimes be challenging to pinpoint the source of the pain. READ MORE
New cancer research for pets Results from two recent surveys conducted by Morris Animal Foundation report cancer as the leading cause of disease-related death for dogs in the United States. With ownership of these companion animals rising to more than 55 million (1997 U.S. Pet Food Institute statistics), dog owners need to learn how to detect the symptoms of cancer and understand prevention techniques in order to help their canine family members lead healthier, happier lives. READ MORE
New treatments for congestive heart failure Congestive heart failure is when the heart weakens and can no longer work efficiently. The heart is a superb pump and when it fails, fluid tends to build up -- either in the lungs or the abdomen. READ MORE
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